List of High Courts in India – According to Year of Establishment

LIST OF HIGH COURTS IN INDIA- ACCORDING TO YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT.

  • High Court is the supreme judicial body in a state of India.
  • Each High Court comprises of a Chief Justice and other judges appointed by President.
  • There is no fixed minimum number of judges for the High Courts. It varies from Court to Court and from State to State.

The total number of high courts in India is 25. The list High Courts for all states and union territories with the year of the establishment has been given below:

SI. NO.Name of the High CourtYearTerritorial Estab.JurisdictionPrincipal SeatBenches
1.Kolkata1862West BengalKolkataPort Blair
2.Madras1862Tamil Nadu & PondicherryMadrasMadurai
3.Bombay1862Maharashtra, Goa , Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and DiuBombayNagpur, panaji and Aurangabad
4.Allahabad1866Uttar PradeshAllahabadLucknow
5.Karnataka1884KarnatakaBangaloreDharwad, Gulbarga
6.Patna1916BiharPatna 
7.Jammu & Kashmir1928Jammu &KashmirSrinagar &jammu 
8.Guwahati1948Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram and Arunachal PradeshGuwahatiKohima, Itanagar, Aizwal
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9.Orissa1948OrissaCuttack 
10.Rajasthan1949RajasthanJodhpurJaipur
11.Andhra Pradesh1956Andhra Pradesh, TelanganaHyderabad 
12.Madhya Pradesh1956Madhya PradeshJabalpurGwalior and Indore
13.Kerala1958Kerala & LakshadweepErnakulam  
14.Gujarat1960GujaratAhmedabad 
15.NCT of Delhi1966NCT of DelhiNew Delhi 
16.Himachal Pradesh1971Himachal PradeshShimla 
17.Punjab & Haryana1975Punjab, Haryana & ChandigarhChandigarh 
18.Sikkim1975SikkimGangtok 
19.Chattisgarh2001ChattisgarhRaipur 
20.Jharkhand2001JharkhandRanchi 
21.Uttarakhand2001UttarakhandNainital 
22.Manipur2013ManipurImphal 
23.Meghalaya2013MeghalayaShillong 
24.Tripura2013TripuraAgartala 
25.Telangana2019TelanganaHyderabad 
List of High Courts in India

List of High Courts in India – According to Year of Establishment

Also Read: Schedules of the Indian Constitution

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